When we travel, we like to have an impact. We highlight the good, point out the bad, and give the best possible information for how you too can get out and enjoy an adventure in a new place. But having an impact and making an impact on our environment are two separate things, which is why Lindsay joined a group of Namibians in Montana and Wyoming last week to witness an exchange of information between tourism, conservation, and land development experts who all had “sustainable tourism” on the brain.
Moab is a Southern Utah gem, full of outdoorsy adventure, from canyoneering (rappelling down 120-foot cliffs of gorgeous red rocks) to jeeping and mountain biking. The breathtaking landscapes are as good as it gets and reason alone to visit!
“Yosemite Valley, to me, is always a sunrise, a glitter of green and golden wonder in a vast edifice of stone and space.” – Ansel Adams Yosemite National Park in her winter glory is truly magnificent. Here’s a video of our winter adventure there, which included snowshoeing for the first time! Here are some of Lindsay’s […]